District of Columbia elections officials are set to certify the results of the April 3 primary, including Councilmember Vincent Orange’s narrow victory over challenger Sekou Biddle.
The final vote tally in a close race for an at-large D.C. Council seat will soon be known.
Mitt Romney is expected to coast to victory in the lightly contested Republican presidential primary in the District of Columbia, which offers GOP voters in the nation’s capital a rare opportunity to have their voices heard in national politics.
Mitt Romney is expected to coast to victory Tuesday in the District of Columbia’s Republican presidential primary, despite spending little time or money courting voters in the nation’s capital.
Voters in Washington have one more day to register to vote in the April 3 presidential primary, with four local council members up for challenges as well, including Marion Barry.
District of Columbia voters who want to change their party affiliations ahead of the April 3 Primary must do so by March 5th.